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This is Children's Cup

This is Children's Cup

Our four-part strategy in giving hope is simple, yet effective. We provide physical, spiritual, educational, and economic support. Most of all, we give children an opportunity to learn about Christ, and once they meet Jesus, everything changes!

Food and clean water are the most basic needs—Meeting those needs opens the door to a future beyond poverty. Children also receive basic medical and dental care along with education about health, hygiene, and safety. This prevents a simple injury or curable disease from robbing a child’s future.


Learning about the love of God and what the Bible teaches us about how to live invites the opportunity for children to heal from past hurts and discover their God-given talents. Through Bible clubs and spiritual mentorship, children find purpose and value through a growing relationship with Christ.



Education is a vital factor in breaking the cycle of hopelessness. We help children overcome the obstacles hindering their education and provide resources for them to excel.



Job training based on local market needs empowers youth to identify their unique talents and abilities to connect with their purpose to serve others in their communities.


Connecting U.S. churches and businesses with local communities ensures spiritual family for children and personal connection between each sponsor and child. These relationships link hearts and catalyze sustainable change. Our CarePoint model allows us to achieve long-lasting holistic transformation from generation to generation. 

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